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Sheep Dip Scotch

Sheep Dip Scotch

Distilled, matured, and bottled in Scotland, Sheep Dip Scotch ($40) is more than just an odd name. This 8-year-old malt whisky features a smooth, rich flavor, and an amazingly angry sheep on the label. Says Uncrate reader Adam, "I'm no expert, but it's a bit smoother for me than the Yamazaki, more on par with JW black, but even has a bit of a milder taste than the JW." [Thanks, Adam]

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